If you are someone who doesn’t want to spend hundreds and thousands of dollars on contact lenses, Clariti contact lenses are the answer. They are the perfect everyday contact lenses that provide UV protection, all-day comfort, and hydration. These are the ideal choice for everyone.

About Clariti Contacts

CooperVision is one of the leading manufacturers of contact lenses in the world. These contact lenses are perfect if you are looking for a comfortable daily lens. They provide contacts for people with hyperopia, myopia, presbyopia, and astigmatism.

Clariti contact lenses are made with CooperVision's innovative AquaGen technology. This provides you with all-day hydration and comfort and makes sure your eyes look white and bright throughout the day. As a daily disposable contact lens, this means that there is no protein buildup in them as the lenses are disposed of after use. This means you don’t have to deal with any cleanup and mess, which is perfect for people on the go. With added UVA and UVB protection, Clariti is an ideal choice for everyone.

Clariti Contacts Replacement Schedule

Clariti contact lenses utilize CooperVision's unique WetLoc technology which not only locks in moisture but resists dehydration with a 98% moisture retention rate for all-day comfort. Get the best wearing experience for these lenses by following the recommended replacement schedule. Wearing contact lenses for longer than the recommended time can lead to complications such as eye infections.

Clariti 1-Day contacts are daily disposable lenses.

Daily wear contacts are meant to be worn for approximately 16 hours after which they should be disposed of and replaced with a fresh pair.

Replacement schedules with weekly, monthly, or extended wear contacts can vary depending on the individual, however daily disposable contact lenses are straightforward. Speak with your eye care provider regarding the optimum lens and replacement schedule for you.

The Clariti Contacts Family Lineup

The Clariti lens line is well known as being the first of its kind to be net plastic neutral. With sustainability in mind, they are designed to ensure high oxygen permeability, comfort, and clarity. There are multiple variations of these lenses to meet the needs of all individuals. The different types offered are as follows:

Clariti 1-Day: Not only does this spherical lens provide you with near or far vision correction but also the comfort that you are looking for in a contact lens. They are made with silicone hydrogel which provides high oxygen permeability and moisture retention keeping your eyes more hydrated and whiter than competing lenses such as 1-Day Acuvue Moist. In addition, they offer UVA & UVB ray protection. These are ideal for people on the go who spend their days outdoors as they do not have to be cleaned or stored since they are a daily disposable lens.

Clariti 1-Day Toric: These contacts are for people who have astigmatism. Made from the same high performing silicone hydrogel as the spherical lens, the toric version offers aspheric lens stability and a smooth, gradient ballast designed to minimize friction between the lens and lid. Perfect for those who love to stay active, toric lens wearers will still benefit from the UV-blocking protection of this lens line. As they do not have to be cleaned or stored, this daily disposable contact lens for those with astigmatism is an ideal choice.

Clariti 1-Day Multifocal: These daily disposable contacts provide vision correction for people with presbyopia. Boasting a low add profile for early presbyopes and a high add profile for higher presbyopes, these are a great entry-level lens choice for those beginning their multifocal lens journey. Keeping the same UV-blocking protection and high oxygen permeability properties as the spherical version, this multifocal lens supports excellent, all-day comfort.

Technologies Available by Clariti Contacts

These are one of the most comfortable contact lenses available in the market. These lenses are ideal for people on the go. Following are the extra features that help these contact lenses to stand out from the rest:

WetLoc Technology

One of CooperVision’s unique innovations, this technology creates a wettable contact resistant to dehydration. It locks in moisture and distributes water throughout the lens, mimicking the eye’s natural water dispersion mechanism. This process keeps the contact lens surface continually hydrated throughout the day.

Aquagen Technology

This technology manipulates the structure of silicone molecules to naturally attract and bind water molecules throughout the contact lens. The molecules are held tightly to the lens, thereby providing continuous wettability. The process results in a high water content lens that keeps wearers comfortable all day.

UV Protection

These contact lenses also offer Class 2 UV blocking, one of the highest levels of UV protection in a contact lens. These contacts can shield your eyes from over 50% UVA and 95% UVB rays.

Clariti Contacts Are Available for the Following Conditions

Clariti contact lenses address the major types of vision conditions. As of now, these include:

Myopia: More commonly referred to as nearsightedness, this is a common eye condition in which objects that are distant appear blurry. All contact lenses in this line, including Clariti 1-Day Clariti 1-Day Toric and Clariti 1-Day Multifocal, correct this vision issue.

Hyperopia: Also known as farsightedness, this eye condition results when closer objects appear blurry. All of the Clariti contact lenses correct this vision impairment.

Toric/Astigmatism: Astigmatism is an eye condition that can blurriness or distorted vision at all distances. It is caused by the way light reflects off the back of the eye. Clariti 1-Day Toric contact lenses are designed to correct vision for those with astigmatism.

Multifocal/Presbyopia: This is an eye condition that most commonly affects those over the age of 40. Having presbyopic vision usually leads to difficulty seeing nearer objects. Clariti -1-Day Multifocal contact lenses are designed to address presbyopia.

Clariti Contacts FAQ

Are Clariti 1-Day good contacts?

Yes! In addition to being a breathable, hydrating, UV-blocking daily disposable lens, they are sustainably made and provide all-day comfort thanks to the silicone hydrogel material.

How long can you wear a pair of Clariti contacts?

This line of contacts from CooperVision is exclusively daily disposable lenses. The recommended wear time for these is approximately 16 hours, however, it is best to discuss optimal wear time with your eye care provider.

Can you shower with Clariti contacts?

Wearing contact lenses in any body of water, even a shower, is not recommended. You should remove your contacts before entering the shower to avoid contamination from microorganisms present in the water.

How many boxes of Clariti contacts is a six-month supply?

Generally, you will need two 90-pack boxes or six 30-pack boxes for a 6-month supply as these are a daily disposable contact lens. Actual quantity for a 6-month supply will vary depending on the actual usage

How do I read my Clariti contact lens prescription?

Your eye care provider should provide you with a basic interpretation of your prescription upon receipt. Each contact lens prescription consists of a power (or sphere), base curve, and diameter with the addition of a cylinder, axis, or add power depending the type of vision correction. Reading your contact lens prescription entails understanding the abbreviations on the prescriptions and what they mean.

Who cannot wear Clariti contact lenses?

Daily disposable contact lenses are a great option for most people. Those who have not been prescribed this lens should first speak with their eye care provider about their existing contact prescription and why this lens may not be an ideal fit for their eyes.

Is your glasses prescription the same as Clariti contacts?

No, glasses and contact lens prescriptions can be very different. While contacts rest directly on your eyes, eyeglasses sit farther away, about 12 millimeters from your eyes. The strength of the prescription will vary because of this distance variation. In addition, there are parameters taken into consideration with contact lens prescriptions that are not included in glasses prescriptions. These include base curve, diameter, contact lens brand, material, or type.

How long can I wear Clariti 1-Day contacts?

Daily disposable contact lenses are recommended to be worn for up to 16 hours a day before being disposed of. It is best to discuss wear times with your eye care provider for optimal eye health. It is never okay to reuse daily wear contact lenses as they should be disposed of at the end of the wear time.

What is the difference between Clariti 1-Day and Clariti 1-Day Toric?

The main difference is that Clariti 1-Day Toric are used to correct vision for those with astigmatism while Clariti 1-Day are spherical lenses that are used for treating myopia or hyperopia only.

Are Clariti contacts comfortable to wear?

Yes. These contact lenses are one of the most comfortable lenses due to their silicone hydrogel material and WetLoc technology which attracts moisture to keep the lenses wettable and hydrated.

Can you sleep in Clariti 1-Day contacts?

No. It is never okay to sleep in daily disposable contact lenses as they are not approved for extended wear. If you are looking for a lens that you can sleep in, it is important to consult your eye care provider to determine the best lens for your use case.

How do you take care of Clariti contacts?

For optimal lens care, follow these steps:

  1. Always wash your hands before handling
  2. Use a multi-purpose solution to cleanse the lens prior to insertion
  3. Gently rub the lens to remove any debris or dust
  4. Discard the contact lens after removal
  5. Follow your doctor's wear time recommendations

Are Clariti contacts suitable for people with astigmatism?

The Clariti 1-Day Toric contacts from this line were made to correct vision for those who have astigmatism. Be advised, wearing toric contacts when no astigmatism is present can lead to unwanted vision problems.

How much do Clariti contacts cost?

The cost of Clariti lenses range from $36 to $99 with the multifocal version being on the more expensive end.

How do I put in and take out Clariti contacts?

The steps to insert and remove daily disposable contact lenses is the same as when inserting or removing weekly or monthly contacts. Your eye care provider should assist you in the learning process to ensure you are comfortable with inserting and removing them on your own.

  1. Place the lens on the tip of your forefinger and ensure it is properly oriented.
  2. Place the middle finger of the same hand close to your lower eyelashes and pull down the lower lid.
  3. Use the forefinger or middle finger of the other hand to lift the upper lid.
  4. Place the lens on the eye.
  5. Gently release the lids and blink. The lens will center automatically.
If you experience any discomfort, remove it and try again.

There are two methods to safely remove disposable contact lenses. Washing your hands is the first step prior to either method mentioned below.

Pinch Method

  1. Look up and slide the lens to the lower part of the eye using the forefinger.
  2. Gently pinch the lens between the thumb and forefinger.
  3. Remove the lens.
  4. The lens can then be disposed of in the trash or stored for further use.

Forefinger and Thumb Method

  1. Place your hand or a towel under your eye to catch the lens.
  2. Place your forefinger on the center of the upper lid and your thumb on the center of the lower lid.
  3. Press in and force a blink. The lens should fall onto your hand.
  4. The lens can then be disposed of in the trash or stored for further use.
Once you have removed your lenses, follow the manufacturer’s cleaning and care instructions for storage.

Can you swim with Clariti contacts?

No, it is never recommended to swim, shower, or enter any body of water with your contact lenses on. All types of water can lead to the growth of dangerous bacteria.

Can Clariti contacts correct color blindness?

No, these contact lenses do not correct color blindness. It is a genetic condition that cannot be corrected with contact lenses however there are glasses that can help color blind people filter colors.

Can you wear Clariti contacts if you have dry eyes?

Yes. Clariti 1-Day contacts have excellent moisture retention, making them great for dry eyes. The combination of CooperVision's innovative WetLoc and Aquagen technologies creates a contact lens that keeps the eyes moist throughout the day.

Can Clariti contacts be worn during sports activities?

Yes, with caution. While contact lenses can be worn while playing sports, it is highly recommended additional protective eyewear is used as well depending on the type of sport you are playing.

Do Clariti contacts come in different colors?

No. At this time, CooperVision does not offer any of their lenses in color options.

Can you wear makeup with Clariti contacts?

Yes, wearing makeup with contact lenses is safe when done so properly so as to avoid chance of infection or irritation.

Here are some makeup and lens wearing tips:

  • Insert your contact lenses prior to all makeup application.
  • Use oil-free and fragrance-free makeup products.
  • Avoid tightlining, or putting mascara or eyeliner on the inner rim of your eyelid.
  • Remove & dispose of your lenses prior to removing your makeup.
  • Always wash your hands thoroughly before handling your lenses.

How do I know if I am allergic to Clariti contacts?

Common contact lens allergic reactions are:

  • Redness or swelling
  • Itching or burning sensation
  • Excessive tearing
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Blurred vision
  • Discomfort or pain in the eyes
If you experience the above symptoms while wearing your Clariti 1-Day contact lenses, remove them immediately and consult your eye care provider.

Can you wear Clariti contacts if you have sensitive eyes?

Yes. Silicone hydrogel contact lenses keep your eyes more oxygenated & hydrated that lenses made from alternate materials allowing for an easier wear experience. Daily disposable lenses are ideal for those with sensitive eyes as the lenses themselves are thinner and get disposed of after each use.

Can you wear Clariti contacts while pregnant?

There are currently no known risks of associated with wearing contact lenses while pregnant. It is, however, always best practice to consult your doctor before using any product during your pregnancy. One important note is that some women may experience allergic reactions or changes in vision or symptoms that could affect their pregnancy.

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